Subtext

The meaning beneath the superficial surface of a play's story, often more important then the latter.

subtext

Unstated message or theme in a speech or piece of writing, conveyed in the tone of voice, choice and arrangement of words etc. The subtext can be used as a literary device, and can be important to...
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Subtext

[disambiguation] Subtext is that content of a text or performance which is not announced explicitly but is implicit. Subtext may also refer to: ...
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Subtext

[software] Subtext is a blog publishing system written in C# on ASP.NET. All data is stored in a Microsoft SQL Server database. The latest release of Subtext is 2.5, released on June 6, 2010. It is distributed under the BSD License. ==Features== ==History== Subtext was announced on May 4, 2005, but the first release (Subtext Nautilus Editio...
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Subtext

[programming language] Subtext is a moderately visual programming language and environment, for writing application software. It is an experimental, research attempt to develop a new programming model, called Example Centric Programming, by treating copied blocks as first class prototypes, for program structure. It uses live text, similar t...
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Subtext

Subtext or undertone is content of a book, play, musical work, film, video game, or television series which is not announced explicitly by the characters (or author) but is implicit or becomes something understood by the observer of the work as the production unfolds. Subtext can also refer to the thoughts and motives of the characters which are o...
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